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A study of employee learning agility – the effects of individual differences and the work and learning context

Hadiono, Alvin

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Alvin Hadiono



Abstract

During the last two decades, learning agility has continued to grow as an important construct in the field of leadership development and talent management. The academic debates on the construct currently revolves around the definitional boundary lines; i.e. what kind of and how much its antecedents play a role. The study's objectives are twofold: Firstly, to empirically explain its relationship with personality and motivation using more updated and rigorous models, as well as how they can interact with the environment. Secondly, to explore HR practices that might help in establishing such climates within an organization.

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Hadiono, A. (2020, June). A study of employee learning agility – the effects of individual differences and the work and learning context. Presented at Institute of Work Psychology International Conference 2020, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

Presentation Conference Type Speech
Conference Name Institute of Work Psychology International Conference 2020
Conference Location University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Start Date Jun 1, 2020
Deposit Date Jun 26, 2024
Publicly Available Date Jun 28, 2024
Public URL https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/12083779
Publisher URL https://iwpconference.sites.sheffield.ac.uk/past-conferences#h.oouh0r9pmj4l

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